The full form of this waste Electric Equipment recycling. Since the waste material includes substantial items that can prove to be very dangerous, it is imperative that the same is disposed off in a responsible manner.

WEEE Regulations:

This work has to be undertaken carefully due to the hazardous effects if not disposed correctly. According to an estimate, UK generates over 2 million tonnes of WEEE waste. As per the regulations issued Waste Electric and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Regulations 2013 and the main provisions of Directive 2012/19/EU on WEEE which recasts the previous Directive 2002/96/EC, the waste needs to be disposed in an organized manner.

WEEE includes most products that have a plug or need a battery. There are ten broad categories of WEEE currently outlined within the Regulations under Schedules 1 and 2 of the Regulations. All of this is inclusive of various household appliances such as fridges, washing machines, vacuum cleaners, irons; IT equipment, consumer equipment, electrical and electronic tools, medical devices, automatic dispensers etc.

Treatment of WEEE waste:

These items include a large variety of materials such as metal, glass plastics etc. Due to the complex materials that is used to make these products that form a part of the WEEE waste and the hazardous effects of ill-exposure, the above guidelines have been issued as a control measure.

What is your job to do in the WEEE process?

Your role in the scenario is limited to handing over the responsibility to us. We have years of experience in this field and the entire infrastructure that is required to complete the task handed down to us. Each one of our employees is dedicated to providing our customers with customized services so as to satisfy and cater to all their needs and wants.